Black-footed rock wallaby

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Original source: Thomas Schoch at http://www.retas.de/thomas/travel/australia2005/index.html
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Black-footed rock wallaby

Order : Diprotodontia
Family : Macropodidae
Species : Petrogale lateralis

 

Keywords: black

The Black-footed rock wallaby is listed as Least Concern (LR/lc), lowest risk. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category, on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

Countries
Australia
Some facts about the
Black-footed rock wallaby

Adult weight : 4.2 kg (9.24 lbs)

Litter size : 1

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Facts about the black-footed rock wallaby

Venture west for a day of panoramic mountain scenery, where bird life abounds and the Black Footed Rock Wallaby is often sighted at Simpsons Gap Learn of the

Geographic Range Although Petrogale lateralis is often reffered to as the "West Australian Rock Wallaby", its distribution is clearly not confined to this region. (Full text)

The Black-footed Rock-Wallaby is a highlight at Yardie Creek. (Full text)

The Black-footed Rock-Wallaby is a highlight at Yardie Creek. (Full text)

Maureen Skeet Rock Wallabies at Cape Range The Black-footed Rock Wallaby (Petrogale lateralis) is a small (Full text)

Among the marsupials, Black-footed Rock Wallaby is a local speciality. (Full text)

Today, the black-footed rock-wallaby is widespread in Australia but populations are in decline. (Full text)

Today, the black-footed rock-wallaby is widespread in Australia but populations are in decline. (Full text)

• Petrogale lateralis is continuing to disappear at the periphery of its range. (Full text)

“The black-footed rock wallaby is my totem animal,” Mangela explained. (Full text)

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